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Seriuosly lads i think we'v got to pull our selves out of the posh upper class grammar school daddys boy talk does'nt go suit (is that how u spell it ) :cool:
Oh dear...I go to a Grammar school :eek:
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Man I am from the ghetto biatch...Wycombe has got the second roughest estate in the country so there...except I live in a village but still, there is plenty of bad ass mofos...not. Brummies (in a painfully slow elongated manner) say we're brummies and we're really intelligent (10 hours later)....that's the only thing I am worried about on this open day..whether I can stay awake
I'm happy thats all your worriess but trust bredrin if u go to sleep you'll wake up without you wallet and worse still wake up next to a guy called bubba
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Oh dear...I go to a Grammar school :eek:
Except I don't talk like a ****...and I have only been there for a year
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Oh dear...I go to a Grammar school :eek:
doesn't matter, i'll harass you later for it
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This reminds me of the "southern muppet" incident... anyone who watched Arsenal-Man U last season will remember it...
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Except I don't talk like a ****...and I have only been there for a year
hey i'd loved to have gone to a grammar trust me, better chances better education etc, as someone once said " its all guuud"
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hey i'd loved to have gone to a grammar trust me, better chances better education etc, as someone once said " its all guuud"
The thing I hate about grammars is the discipline and high frequency of idiots but, still as you said, at least I will get a good education
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The thing I hate about grammars is the discipline and high frequency of idiots but, still as you said, at least I will get a good education
just a question but was it free or paid, just asking cuz my brothers applying to a grammer in birmingham and which is better in your opinion? :confused:
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Just realised, the world is gonna have three more lawyers. Damn. I couldn't bear to do that to the world.
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Just realised, the world is gonna have three more lawyers. Damn. I couldn't bear to do that to the world.
They have to get in first! And then pass! And even then only half of law graduates go on to the legal profession...
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just a question but was it free or paid, just asking cuz my brothers applying to a grammer in birmingham and which is better in your opinion? :confused:
It is a state grammar and was the best for GCSEs league tables in 2002 so I would say it can vary...although the fee ones are probably better as a whole...I personally think state ones are better though because A there are free and B y pay when you can often go to an equally good state grammar?
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Just realised, the world is gonna have three more lawyers. Damn. I couldn't bear to do that to the world.
Mr hutz: ' can you imagine a place without them?'
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It is a state grammar and was the best for GCSEs league tables in 2002 so I would say it can vary...although the fee ones are probably better as a whole...I personally think state ones are better though because A there are free and B y pay when you can often go to an equally good state grammar?
thanks ,
what other unis did you apply for
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Mr hutz: ' can you imagine a place without them?'
Heaven?
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I wanna go into co-orperate law, not criminology. What about the rest of you?
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thanks ,
what other unis did you apply for
Notts, Warwick, UCL, KCL, Oxford

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I wanna go into co-orperate law, not criminology. What about the rest of you?
I want to do stuff...hehe... I would like to be a barrister possibly in contractual law, common law...not really too decided at the mo
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Notts, Warwick, UCL, KCL, Oxford
Notts,Warwick, oxford,manchester, Bristol
cool we'v both applied to 4/6 unis , cool or weird, :cool: so which would you go to inorder of preference ( i assume oxford is first)
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I wanna go into co-orperate law, not criminology. What about the rest of you?
don't know at the moment, plenty of time to decide
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Oxford
Nottingham
UCL
KCL
Birmingham
Warwick
order of preference
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